As you know, especially in the Toronto area, we have two over-the-air multilingual, multicultural broadcasters that are available to everyone, under the name of OMNI. As well, on the specialty side, we created 10 years ago the category B licence, which is free market entry with a maximum of 35% Canadian content. That particularly addresses the needs of the multicultural, multi-ethnic community, because a lot of the programming can come from places outside of Canada. With the 35% Canadian content, they can produce programming, in a language or in English, that is relevant to that community.
I don't know what the exact number is, but we have an incredible number of them, and not only category B licences, but category Bs that have launched and are carried by the major cable companies.